Shakers

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  1. jcjazzy

    jcjazzy Silver Member

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    I'm going shopping this afternoon to prepare for tomorrow :D. Can anyone advise where I might get a good shaker? I have seen then on Amazon, but thought it might take several days to get here.I do have a hand blender, but need the wide bottom :rolleyes: of the shaker to make sure it's mixed properly.
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    Jan x
     
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    .............to be honest with you I never found the shakers that good. I would think a hand blender would be much better. I use an electric blender always but I know that this is no good if you are at work or out and about. Hope you find what works best for you xx
     
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    I'm not sure, I've got one left from when I did LighterLife (that they gave me), and I use it as a container to use the hand blender in; but a large mug or pyrex jug or something would work just as well.
     
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    Thanks girls. I got one in Holland and Barret this afternoon.Bernice- I like the
    shakers using my hand blender, and Cybill- I had one from LL too, but threw it out as I wasn't going to be doing this again.Huh :mad:.This will be the last time ...for sure
     
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    Sorry I cannot help but when I was on Exante I loved my smoothie maker to make my shakes but I am well aware that it is not portable.
     
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    You can get good shakers in Robert Dyas Tasha xx
     
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    I use a hand blender and a plastic jug for my shakes.
     
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    I use a battery operated coffee frother.. love it and I can just pop it in my bag for work etc :)
     
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    The other think that you can buy that is relatively inexpensive in Curry's is a blender, that you can make the shakes in that you can also use for crushing ice, etc and soups and smoothies when you have finished the diet!! Txx
     
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